Cape May Fishing Reports

Updated on August 10, 2022

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Weekly fishing reports straight from the cameras and eyes of local guides in Cape May, New Jersey. It doesn't get better than that.

Our Cape May, New Jersey fishing guides constantly update us with the most current and thorough Cape May, New Jersey fishing reports. See below for fishing reports from recent Cape May, New Jersey fishing trips:

Fishing Reports from Cape May, Week of January 5th:

Fishing Report from Captain Frank

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Fishing Reports from Cape May, Week of June 16th:

"Our local canyons are heating up finally! The pictures shown above are from this past Tuesday, went 4 for 7 on yellowfins. In addition to our local canyons producing a variety of pelagic species, the black seabass fishing has been phenomenal; however the season closes for us on June 22. Well mainly be targeting flounder, king mackerel, spanish mackerel, bluefish and cobia for the remainder of the summer until black seabass season opens up in October."-Captain Mark

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Fishing Reports from Cape May, Week of June 9th:

"We're starting to wrap up our black drum season as we are switching gears to our offshore season. Tuna have arrived in our local canyons with a mix of bluefins and big eyes. I've heard a couple reports of yellowfins making an appearance as well. Black seabass trips remain consistent. Had our limit of fish yesterday and today within a matter of a couple hours."-Captain Mark

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Fishing Reports from Cape May, Week of June 2nd:

"Black drum bite has continued to remain solid. No black seabass trips this week due to having drum trips booked but reports from other captains have been good with many trips coming back with boat limits within a few hours. News of bluefin and yellowfin tuna finally showing up in our local canyons."-Captain Mark

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Fishing Reports from Cape May, Week of May 19th:

"The spring black drum bite remains consistent with fish ranging from 30lbs to 75lbs. An occasional striped bass ranging from 25lbs to 43lbs have been caught throughout the fleet. However, with water temps creeping up day by day those giant females will be making their way north. Spring seabass has recently opened as of May 15th. We've ran a few trips so far and it's been nothing but lights out fishing. Had an easy 7 man limit today within 2.5 hours."-Captain Mark

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